If your publishing journey is sapping your bank account, learn how working as an author assistant will help you earn and learn simultaneously.
Avoid author burn out by establishing a sustainable publishing pace for the next 20 years. Learn how and when to plan your publishing tasks.
Learn how to optimize that tiny window to grab your reader within the first 50 pages and convince them to finish your book.
Learn how to clarify your writing goals, avoid damaging shortcuts, and write a book in retirement. You’re never too old to start writing.
One person’s opinion about your book is more important than anyone else’s. Discover who it is and how to find them before you publish.
You have a major advantage over AI writing tools like GPT-4 and ChatGPT. Learn how to discover and leveraging your edge in your genre.
Learn how geopolitics affect supply chain issues for authors and how to continue writing amid political or economic disruptions.
Find out how authors use ChatGPT, Midjourney, and other AI tools to create book covers, characters, and plot ideas for their books.
If writing seems harder than it used to or you feel burnt out, consider this four-step method of rotation to revive your writing career.
Learn which book launching techniques a debut YA author used to successfully crowdfund and launch her first novel.
Every successful author needs a professional editor. Learn three simple steps for finding a good editor who will improve your book.
BookFunnel offers amazing and useful tools for authors looking to give their readers the fastest, easiest and most enjoyable e-reading experience.
Young novelists (and their parents) will learn how to evaluate the usefulness of a college writing degree and examine viable alternatives.
To be published by a traditional publisher, you must find a good literary agent. Mary DeMuth shares tips on finding and retaining an agent.
Learn how James Patterson got his start as a writer, how he maintains success, and how you can implement his methods in your writing.